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<blockquote> White, B. E. 2008. Complex Adaptive Systems Engineering (CASE). Paper presented at Understanding Complex Systems Symposium, 12-15 May 2008, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign</blockquote>
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<blockquote> White, B.E. 2008. "Complex Adaptive Systems Engineering (CASE)." Paper presented at Understanding Complex Systems Symposium, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 12-15 May 2008.</blockquote>
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This source is considered a primary reference for the [[Enterprise Systems Engineering Background]] article.
  
 
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This most comprehensive presentation of CASE consists of a full paper, an annotated PowerPoint presentation, and an audio track of the talk. This might be a good place to start in contemplating an alternative approach to systems engineering in very complex environments where people are considered to be part of the system. Consequently, one can better understand how ultimate system improvements cannot be pre-specified and that events can be quite unpredictable.
 
 
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A copy of this presentation can be found at: [http://www.howhy.com/ucs2008/schedule.html http://www.howhy.com/ucs2008/schedule.html the conference website].
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Latest revision as of 18:23, 10 October 2021

White, B.E. 2008. "Complex Adaptive Systems Engineering (CASE)." Paper presented at Understanding Complex Systems Symposium, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 12-15 May 2008.

Usage

This source is considered a primary reference for the Enterprise Systems Engineering Background article.

Annotation

This most comprehensive presentation of CASE consists of a full paper, an annotated PowerPoint presentation, and an audio track of the talk. This might be a good place to start in contemplating an alternative approach to systems engineering in very complex environments where people are considered to be part of the system. Consequently, one can better understand how ultimate system improvements cannot be pre-specified and that events can be quite unpredictable.

A copy of this presentation can be found at: http://www.howhy.com/ucs2008/schedule.html the conference website.

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